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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by emonis88: 10:35am On May 04
Make I tell u my own small idea. Jos is a beautiful town until d kills started, but if ur family il b safe there, life is affordable, no rush rush like lagos n abuja. If u can convince u company to relocate u to their jos office good ,but if not u can move ur family there since accomodations r affordable . But il u be paying for accommodation in abuja too? It il be doubling ur expenses , unless u ve a place u can manage at abuja while ur family is at jos.
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Mryacks(m): 10:35am On May 04
xristos:
I have done my findings I just but ofcourse no one has the monopoly of knowledge..kindly share your thoughts.

lived all my.life in lagos till.2014.Abuja since then...but thinking about Jos.
I'm 36, IT professional n married with 2 kids...wife not really working. i currently work in an ingo that also gas field offices includin Jos...but my salary isnt that interesting to make me that comfortable in abuja considering the bills on my neck.
we stay in a 1BR apartment in one of the villages (chika precisely) in abuja and pays abt 370 yearly.

ive visited Jos more than 5 times and i keep loving it more in each visit...Rayfield and surroundings to be precise...calm, weather friendly, fresh n affordable food, my salary wud get me a comfortable 2BR flat... navigation to/from abuja is jst 4hrs..so i feel i can apply for a relocation to our field office in jos..or at worst work from abuja and travel weekends.

i dont intend living anywhere outside Jos south/Rayfield environs

as a family man...i find it most suitable to relocate there..most esp for the sanity n good environment for my children's growth -stressfree of going to school in abuja, the hot sun, bad electricity, havin to wake up to fan my.kids at night (ofcos i have Generator)..i stay in a noisy compound that dosnt befit me..many fake foods n fruits in abuja, ..i wonder if its the same Nigeria...but Jos looks like a greener pasture for me.
waduyu think??

Dude, that will the best decision you take. I knew someone who was in the same shoe about 3yrs ago. For him, it was a decision of whether to keep his new young family in Jos and live comfortably or remain in abuja and be struggling with the same amount he'd spend in Jos....he ended up staying around Rayfield (nice 2bedroom).
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by sgtponzihater1(m): 10:35am On May 04
Apply for the relocation and move. The world has become a global village. No need getting stuck in a place that is sapping you of your joy and financial security. all the best

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by ecomalchemist(m): 10:36am On May 04
Let me give you a brotherly advice, and I hope you work on it...
First of all I counsel people and I have done that on nairaland for a while... I have met great and good guys...
I dropped a story about my experience teaching in two schools as a corper and would not mind partnering with schools in abuja, but some accused me of looking for teaching job... Never ever mind what people say...
Back to the matter...
As a graduate, teaching and earning 15k, e no bad... But once you have a good (android) phone, go to any car stand of your choice around your area... Listen well, any good car stand and ask to see the manager... Tell him you want to help him market his cars and get good buyers... 90% of car stand managers will sign u on... Tel him you will be paid a small commission after sales...
Pick up your phone, snap as many cars as your phone memory can take, open a dedicated twitter ac, IG ac, Facebook ac, WhatsApp ac, ac etc... Take out time to post this cars, make sure you have the actual prices of this cars... You can add as much as #250k on it... Bring down the negotiations to as low as making #50k if need be just so I can sell. Set your monthly target... I assure you, if you get I client in a month, u make around #100,000k once you start growing, you can get as much as 5-10 client from all over the country and that hits you over #1m for just helping others sell their cars, Note all you invested was your time, energy, phone and data... No big financial capital...
Do not restrict yourself to cars, go for industrial machines as well, caterpillars, mikano gens, any thing, then you look for those big companies that need them and try to call their attention to it or market it to them... You may not sell in 3 months but when you manage to get a client to buy just 1 caterpillars, my brother you will instantly forget that u suffered before...
A friend of mine was marketing a silo for a local wielder, he received a call all the way from kebbi state, the purchase was made in Ilorin, he made #1.8 mil from buyers and #400k from seller... He still got a referral from that deal. Wake up bro...
Within a month or two, come and pay (tite).
I drive uber/bolt in abuja, market cars, sell commodities such as beans, maize, wheat, ginger,onions, name it... In bags and tonnes
And I make nothing less than half a mil monthly...

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Danielomisco(m): 10:36am On May 04
Fact!! I stay in Jos currently, Rayfield any help u need will gladly help.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Mryacks(m): 10:38am On May 04
Onlinefarmstore:
Hmm

Cost of Living Jos low
Jos Agriculture

Big boys Abuja,
Jos better education
Environment Jos

Major opportunity for food business Jos to buy sell Lagos Abuja

Check my profile to know what am saying

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Joysticks(m): 10:38am On May 04
xristos:
I have done my findings I just but ofcourse no one has the monopoly of knowledge..kindly share your thoughts.

lived all my.life in lagos till.2014.Abuja since then...but thinking about Jos.
I'm 36, IT professional n married with 2 kids...wife not really working. i currently work in an ingo that also gas field offices includin Jos...but my salary isnt that interesting to make me that comfortable in abuja considering the bills on my neck.
we stay in a 1BR apartment in one of the villages (chika precisely) in abuja and pays abt 370 yearly.

ive visited Jos more than 5 times and i keep loving it more in each visit...Rayfield and surroundings to be precise...calm, weather friendly, fresh n affordable food, my salary wud get me a comfortable 2BR flat... navigation to/from abuja is jst 4hrs..so i feel i can apply for a relocation to our field office in jos..or at worst work from abuja and travel weekends.

i dont intend living anywhere outside Jos south/Rayfield environs

as a family man...i find it most suitable to relocate there..most esp for the sanity n good environment for my children's growth -stressfree of going to school in abuja, the hot sun, bad electricity, havin to wake up to fan my.kids at night (ofcos i have Generator)..i stay in a noisy compound that dosnt befit me..many fake foods n fruits in abuja, ..i wonder if its the same Nigeria...but Jos looks like a greener pasture for me.
waduyu think??
Cut your coat according to your cloth.Look for a room and parlour to live and cut this bedroom flat crap.
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by ogododo: 10:39am On May 04
xristos:
I have done my findings I just but ofcourse no one has the monopoly of knowledge..kindly share your thoughts.

lived all my.life in lagos till.2014.Abuja since then...but thinking about Jos.
I'm 36, IT professional n married with 2 kids...wife not really working. i currently work in an ingo that also gas field offices includin Jos...but my salary isnt that interesting to make me that comfortable in abuja considering the bills on my neck.
we stay in a 1BR apartment in one of the villages (chika precisely) in abuja and pays abt 370 yearly.

ive visited Jos more than 5 times and i keep loving it more in each visit...Rayfield and surroundings to be precise...calm, weather friendly, fresh n affordable food, my salary wud get me a comfortable 2BR flat... navigation to/from abuja is jst 4hrs..so i feel i can apply for a relocation to our field office in jos..or at worst work from abuja and travel weekends.

i dont intend living anywhere outside Jos south/Rayfield environs

as a family man...i find it most suitable to relocate there..most esp for the sanity n good environment for my children's growth -stressfree of going to school in abuja, the hot sun, bad electricity, havin to wake up to fan my.kids at night (ofcos i have Generator)..i stay in a noisy compound that dosnt befit me..many fake foods n fruits in abuja, ..i wonder if its the same Nigeria...but Jos looks like a greener pasture for me.
waduyu think??

Jos dey cool, good weather, plenty fruits, tomatoes, but now insecurity. Rayfield dey ok.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Jeromejnr(m): 10:39am On May 04
Danielomisco:
Fact!! I stay in Jos currently, Rayfield any help u need will gladly help.

Rayfield dude here too.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by luuvv: 10:39am On May 04
True Story of Abuja. Even in the Villages, things are expensive.
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by LegalWolf: 10:40am On May 04
Gerrard59:
You seem to have done the maths and economics (something most Nigerians don't do when taking life decisions), Jos is better for you than Abuja.

Regarding insecurity, nowhere is safe in Nigeria, as long as it's not in the core Islamic North (where nothing good has ever come out from).

Best wishes!

Your bias is stinking. Was Hinny raped, kidnapped and brutally murdered in the "core Islamic North"? What of the various Christian southerners that damage the country's image through drug trafficking, terrorism, fraud and money ritual nko? We need to be introspective and come to the conclusion that all ethnic groups and religion have their bad eggs and good chaps ( This assumes I am talking to a reasonable person)

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by coscj(m): 10:41am On May 04
I can may agree your decision because I have been in jos for 2 years now. The weather is chilling, clean environment and peaceful security wise. However, it lacks the hustling spirit you would usually find in lagos, port Harcourt and abuja. Above all, i think jos will be great for raising ur kids given the respectful and calm demeanor of the city's populace.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by abdul4new: 10:41am On May 04
Jos city is the place to be, cool and serenity environment no cases of kidnapping so far very peaceful place compare to any where in the North. The best place to raise your kids and family educationally and morally.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by LegalWolf: 10:41am On May 04
Depressed101:
as for the fake.. Everything in Abuja is FAKE, I find it very disgusting

Baba come to Lagos. There are fake drugs, fake food, fake drink, fake everything and even fake human beings sef

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by slivertongue: 10:47am On May 04
xristos:
I have done my findings I just but ofcourse no one has the monopoly of knowledge..kindly share your thoughts.

lived all my.life in lagos till.2014.Abuja since then...but thinking about Jos.
I'm 36, IT professional n married with 2 kids...wife not really working. i currently work in an ingo that also gas field offices includin Jos...but my salary isnt that interesting to make me that comfortable in abuja considering the bills on my neck.
we stay in a 1BR apartment in one of the villages (chika precisely) in abuja and pays abt 370 yearly.

ive visited Jos more than 5 times and i keep loving it more in each visit...Rayfield and surroundings to be precise...calm, weather friendly, fresh n affordable food, my salary wud get me a comfortable 2BR flat... navigation to/from abuja is jst 4hrs..so i feel i can apply for a relocation to our field office in jos..or at worst work from abuja and travel weekends.

i dont intend living anywhere outside Jos south/Rayfield environs

as a family man...i find it most suitable to relocate there..most esp for the sanity n good environment for my children's growth -stressfree of going to school in abuja, the hot sun, bad electricity, havin to wake up to fan my.kids at night (ofcos i have Generator)..i stay in a noisy compound that dosnt befit me..many fake foods n fruits in abuja, ..i wonder if its the same Nigeria...but Jos looks like a greener pasture for me.
waduyu think??

good choice
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by sojfarm: 10:47am On May 04
Please also consider how this may affect your children's education.

I have move location a lot and this has affected my son so much that I have decided until it suits their education, we are not moving again. All things being equal
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by nitt: 10:47am On May 04
Gerrard59:
You seem to have done the maths and economics (something most Nigerians don't do when taking life decisions), Jos is better for you than Abuja.

Regarding insecurity, nowhere is safe in Nigeria, as long as it's not in the core Islamic North (where nothing good has ever come out from).

Best wishes!

an e-idiot spotted

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by babyfaceafrica: 10:47am On May 04
osothermal:
Jos is cool and cost of living is very okay. I don't know anywhere else a short drop is still #20
ibadan
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by zicoraads: 10:47am On May 04
Zane2point4:
grin
Security wise nko

U wan financial remuneration but u no concider your head?

Baba for now insurgency mite spread all over the North soonest, if they hvnt, any place wey no be east I no deh go.

Lagos sef wey I wan go since I nevr get morale yet blc I hear say gun men the shoot any car wey pass.
There are places in Jos like the one he mentioned that are very safe.
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by simplesearch: 10:48am On May 04
A calm and peaceful city turned to a battlefield by those who claim to know GOD BUT DON'T.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by zicoraads: 10:48am On May 04
I'll advise you to move. Like you said, you're going to your office in Jos. Except there are other financial benefits you get for being in the HQ, I'll say move.
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by richnankar1: 10:52am On May 04
I am from Jos, though in the South west now, but I will advise you to go for Jos if you are a salary earner. Transport, accommodation fruits and veggies are cheap. My candid advice for you too is to go for Ray field, Rantya cos they are safe.
Costs of transport is so cheap that I get so angry when ever I'm in town as I see passengers begging to pay 20, 30 Naira for a drop.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Nwaotu10(m): 10:52am On May 04
If you're Igbo, I wouldn't advise you relocate with your family.

Jos crises are usually radical and mostly targeted on Igbos. If you're a northerner/westerner, you're good to go!
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by 2oby: 10:52am On May 04
xristos:
I have done my findings I just but ofcourse no one has the monopoly of knowledge..kindly share your thoughts.

lived all my.life in lagos till.2014.Abuja since then...but thinking about Jos.
I'm 36, IT professional n married with 2 kids...wife not really working. i currently work in an ingo that also gas field offices includin Jos...but my salary isnt that interesting to make me that comfortable in abuja considering the bills on my neck.
we stay in a 1BR apartment in one of the villages (chika precisely) in abuja and pays abt 370 yearly.

ive visited Jos more than 5 times and i keep loving it more in each visit...Rayfield and surroundings to be precise...calm, weather friendly, fresh n affordable food, my salary wud get me a comfortable 2BR flat... navigation to/from abuja is jst 4hrs..so i feel i can apply for a relocation to our field office in jos..or at worst work from abuja and travel weekends.

i dont intend living anywhere outside Jos south/Rayfield environs

as a family man...i find it most suitable to relocate there..most esp for the sanity n good environment for my children's growth -stressfree of going to school in abuja, the hot sun, bad electricity, havin to wake up to fan my.kids at night (ofcos i have Generator)..i stay in a noisy compound that dosnt befit me..many fake foods n fruits in abuja, ..i wonder if its the same Nigeria...but Jos looks like a greener pasture for me.
waduyu think??

I live in Jos too and my salary is just an average too and work in Lagos but my family(1 wife n 1 son) stay in Jos. Jos is a great place to stay, great food, cool accommodation, fine weather n stress free road but we are thinking of relocating to the west due to rise in insecurity and Jos seems like a place of interest wc d new encyst noticed lately. But Rayfield is fairly secured.

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by stanley000: 10:54am On May 04
I have a long list of the monikers of all bubu supporters so whenever a thread like this comes up i check if the ops name was among them. Op enjoy your change, when buhari is done with Nigerians there will be nothing left to fix lol
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by AKWATGOLD1: 10:56am On May 04
Anyway, Jos is not a bad idea but my fear is that by the time they start their religious war.

Please take note of weather too because at times in Jos the temperature is below zero degree.
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Olajah81: 10:57am On May 04
This one is not even my problem, the girl everybody is managing in our street(Imobido, Iperu Remo, Ogun state)

one useless boy went and impregnated her...

greedy people everywhere

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Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Amaechi2023(m): 10:57am On May 04
xristos:
I have done my findings I just but ofcourse no one has the monopoly of knowledge..kindly share your thoughts.

lived all my.life in lagos till.2014.Abuja since then...but thinking about Jos.
I'm 36, IT professional n married with 2 kids...wife not really working. i currently work in an ingo that also gas field offices includin Jos...but my salary isnt that interesting to make me that comfortable in abuja considering the bills on my neck.
we stay in a 1BR apartment in one of the villages (chika precisely) in abuja and pays abt 370 yearly.

ive visited Jos more than 5 times and i keep loving it more in each visit...Rayfield and surroundings to be precise...calm, weather friendly, fresh n affordable food, my salary wud get me a comfortable 2BR flat... navigation to/from abuja is jst 4hrs..so i feel i can apply for a relocation to our field office in jos..or at worst work from abuja and travel weekends.

i dont intend living anywhere outside Jos south/Rayfield environs

as a family man...i find it most suitable to relocate there..most esp for the sanity n good environment for my children's growth -stressfree of going to school in abuja, the hot sun, bad electricity, havin to wake up to fan my.kids at night (ofcos i have Generator)..i stay in a noisy compound that dosnt befit me..many fake foods n fruits in abuja, ..i wonder if its the same Nigeria...but Jos looks like a greener pasture for me.
waduyu think??
1br apartment 370k annually??
oboi pack your loads go like jare..
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by Dre183(m): 10:57am On May 04
madukaanaya:
i dont want to die in silence.i am hungry and in need of food to eat.pls i need help any help pls.0030658916 unity b

Idiot

Go and look for job
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by chino4(m): 10:58am On May 04
Better come to bwari.you can get one bed for 200k
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by DennisEche(m): 10:58am On May 04
JOS IS HOME, I GREW UP IN JOS AND LIVED ALL MOST OF MY LIFE THERE, JOS IS A DECENT ENVIRONMENT, GOOD AND AFFORDABLE SCHOOLS AND A GOOD PLACE TO BRING UP KIDS. THOUGH I CURRENTLY WORK AND LIVE IN ABUJA BUT I HOPE SOME DAYS I WILL BUILD MY FAMILY HOUSE IN JOS. RAY FIELD OR VOM PRECISELY.
Re: Relocation From Abuja To Jos City by cobi11: 10:59am On May 04
My Guy i give you one good advice you will thank me when you don dey seethe benefits,.Relocate Down South..come to Ughelli Delta State.
see the Future, 2 hrs to PH, to Warfi 20 Mins..Accomodation, food etc all cheapest..And your Profession will expose you to Bigger cpys in Warri and PH. Think about it oo.
xristos:
I have done my findings I just but ofcourse no one has the monopoly of knowledge..kindly share your thoughts.

lived all my.life in lagos till.2014.Abuja since then...but thinking about Jos.
I'm 36, IT professional n married with 2 kids...wife not really working. i currently work in an ingo that also gas field offices includin Jos...but my salary isnt that interesting to make me that comfortable in abuja considering the bills on my neck.
we stay in a 1BR apartment in one of the villages (chika precisely) in abuja and pays abt 370 yearly.

ive visited Jos more than 5 times and i keep loving it more in each visit...Rayfield and surroundings to be precise...calm, weather friendly, fresh n affordable food, my salary wud get me a comfortable 2BR flat... navigation to/from abuja is jst 4hrs..so i feel i can apply for a relocation to our field office in jos..or at worst work from abuja and travel weekends.

i dont intend living anywhere outside Jos south/Rayfield environs

as a family man...i find it most suitable to relocate there..most esp for the sanity n good environment for my children's growth -stressfree of going to school in abuja, the hot sun, bad electricity, havin to wake up to fan my.kids at night (ofcos i have Generator)..i stay in a noisy compound that dosnt befit me..many fake foods n fruits in abuja, ..i wonder if its the same Nigeria...but Jos looks like a greener pasture for me.
waduyu think??

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